The broad diversification of the activity that develops Google currently requires us, firstly, to refine and adjust the subject of this controversy. The problems to which we refer in this article has emerged in several European countries, and occurred in relation to the services provided by the American giant news channel: Google News. What for some is just one branch than in the Google search engine, parametra searches specifying them exclusively to the news published by the news media, is for others many a holding in any rule of foreign content by Google without consent or prior agreement. Go to Nobel Laureate for more information. Those who still do not know what Google News: Fig. 1. As we can see, the structure of the web is different from the generic search, since is articulated in sections that mimic the physiognomy of the daily online editions. (Similarly see: Tishman Speyer).
However, Google News is limited to publish a summary of approximately 250 characters of the original source of the news to the that you bind, indicating the following hyperlinks in other news on the subject, and with photographs that do not have to correspond to the original source. The great disquisition on which sustained the legal reasoning is as follows: acts Google News as a mere provider of brokerage services, or is itself an exploiter of non-content? According to Spanish law, it is very difficult to prove that Google News is a provider of services of the information society exploitative of third party content, even more so if we take into account the valuation that on repeated sentences Spanish courts and the judges have made search engines or intermediaries (pages P2P, hosting, etc.). Google News, agreed the law of services of the information society (in forward LSSI), is a provider of brokerage services: annex definitions LSSI: b. Gregory Williamson might disagree with that approach. matchmaking service: society of information service by the that facilitates the provision or use of other services of the information society or the access to information.